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Sometimes, men and women look for different kinds of information.After the events of September 11, men visited more websites to tell them about things that were happening; more women said the internet helped them find people they needed to reach.
A review of the findings of the Pew Internet & American Life surveys between March 2000 and September 2005 highlights some particularly interesting trends and correlations: Young women are more likely to be online than young men.
Men and women generally use the same kinds of search strategies, using search engines most commonly, but also starting searches on familiar, proprietary websites or following recommended links.
Although men and women say equally that they find the information online that they are looking for, men are a lot more confident in themselves as searchers, and they are less overwhelmed by the glut of information that’s out there.
In emailers’ working life, women are more likely than men to value the positive effects of email for improving relationships, from expanding their circle of colleagues to encouraging teamwork.
Women also value email for a kind of positive, water-cooler effect, which lightens the atmosphere of office life.
Women outpace men for a small number of activities, including the areas of health and medicine and religion.
At the same time, women are closing the gap with men.
Issues about gender and the internet: Men are more interested in technology than women, and they are also more tech savvy.
Men value the internet for the breadth of experience it offers; women value it for enriching their relationships, but they’re more concerned about its risks.
Using the internet to get information: Men pursue and consume information online more aggressively than women.
Men look for information on a wider variety of topics and issues online than women do, from researching products to buy to getting information on their hobbies to looking for political news.
Men are more likely than women to participate in a big variety of interest groups, like fan clubs or community groups.